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Builders are more upbeat about the U.S. real-estate market than at any time in the last decade as better job prospects fuel home sales. more
The Coats & Clark mill lost its last commercial tenant almost nine years ago, leaving a vast campus of industrial buildings built from the 1860s to the 1970s. The complex of 20 buildings, located on the Pawtucket-Central Falls line, once … more
Confidence among U.S. homebuilders decreased in February to the lowest level in four months as winter weather prevented some prospective buyers from touring new developments. more
Village on the Waterfront LLC will initiate its construction phases with retail paired with apartments, rather than condos. The decision was informed by market studies over the past 18 months that show a strong demand for rentals, rather than condos, in the Providence area. more
Site work is expected to begin Tuesday for construction of an eight-story parking garage to support tenants at the $220 million South Street Landing project. more
The Providence Port has received final approval to expand its port and terminal operations to an adjacent 14.5-acre property, through a long-term lease with the city. more
Through all its ups and downs, the U.S. homebuilding industry is making slow progress. more
Designing signs for the Fred Lippitt Woonasquatucket River Greenway is as much about saying a lot with a little as it is about enhancing the evolving pedestrian and bike-friendly link between Providence's downtown and West Side. The … more
Heavy snows this winter collapsed dozens of roofs in southern New England, with the structural design as much of a factor in many cases as the amount of snowfall. Rhode Island's winter 2015 snowfall as of March 6 averaged 73.2 inches, … more
Confidence among U.S. homebuilders rebounded in June to a nine-month high as warmer weather and a brighter economic outlook drew prospective buyers back to the market. more
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